The Social Media Law Bulletin is back!
In Illinois, homebound seniors are losing meals. Hardworking low-income college students are being forced to drop out of school.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) periodically publishes an official boycott list to alert the public to those countries that require or may require participation in, or cooperation with, an international boycott.
The Mississippi AG issued an opinion last week declaring: “Fantasy sports wagering is illegal in the state of Mississippi under current law both on a licensed gaming floor and outside of a licensed gaming floor. Any change to the law would be a matter within the purview of the Legislature.”
Following on from yesterday’s announcement regarding the political agreement of the EU-US Privacy Shield, to replace the Safe Harbor program, European data protection authorities met today to be briefed on this.
Following the announcement by the European Commission of the newly agreed EU-US Privacy Shield, the missing piece of the jigsaw was the Article 29 Working Party’s stance on the adequacy of the existing mechanisms in place—in particular, standard contractual clauses and binding corporate rules (BCR).
I’m a big fan of doing things in increments, so I love the advice in today’s Rainmaking Recommendation from expert Jaimie Field.
A while back, I got this question: Can we still use independent contractors for our business?
Recently I published a post about increasing your email subscribers.
Last year we wrote extensively on a pair of lawsuits instigated by Safe Streets Alliance (SSA) and business owners and individuals against Colorado officials, canna business people, and financial institutions assisting those businesses.